Community Service Opportunities!
Join Community Impact in Celebrating 30 years of impacting lives!
Learn about our 20+ community service groups! We are holding this semester’s Open House on February 2, 2011 in Earl Hall Auditorium from 6 to 9 pm. Leaders from each group will be there to answer any questions for interested volunteers. Free pizza and drinks will also be served. Here’s a look at some particular Community Impact groups that are recruiting this semester. For any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Program Volunteers Needed!
- Project Tutors: Volunteers provide tutoring services and act as teachers’ assistants at two local elementary schools, P.S. 165 and P.S. 145. Volunteer commitment 1-2hrs a week (between 8:00-3:00) working in a local classroom.
- Big SIBS: Volunteers commit to spend three to four hours per week with their little brother or sister, acting as a caring, stable friend and role model. Volunteer commitment 3-4hrs per week meeting with Lil’ Sib at a time arranged between the volunteer and youth participant.
- Harlem Restoration Project: Children from families in Central or West Harlem experience field trips, including cultural events and special projects that encourage learning, athletics, and creativity. Volunteer commitment Saturdays from 10-2pm.
- For more information on volunteer with CI’s Youth Programs please contact: Jessica Conley, Youth Program Coordinator, email@example.com
Emergency Service and Health Volunteers Needed!
- Advocacy Coalition: Advocacy Coalition volunteers work in the local area to provide essential information to homeless and low-income clients on housing, legal aid, substance abuse programs, and other issues. In addition, volunteers can attend weekly outreach workshops with the New York City Coalition Against Hunger and use these skills to inspire clients to advocate
- Community Lunch: Community Lunch volunteers work as a team every Friday to cook and serve a family-style meal from scratch for 75-100 homeless and low-income guests. Volunteer commitment of 2-3 hours. No cooking skills required
- For more information on volunteer with CI’s Youth Programs please contact: Katy Saintil, Emergency Programs Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Program Volunteers Needed!
- Volunteer GED Teacher: Teach Math, Reading/Writing, Science or Social Studies from 10:30am-1:00pm or 6:00pm-8:00pm (approximately 2-3 hours per week).
- Volunteer GED Tutor: Tutor GED students in Math, Reading/Writing, Science or Social Studies from 1:00pm-3:00pm or 5:00pm-6:00pm (approximately 1-2 hours per week).
- Volunteer ESL Teacher: Teach Grammar, Listening, Reading or Writing
from 4:00pm-6:00pm or 6:00-8:00pm (approximately 2-3 hours per week).
- Volunteer ESL Conversation Facilitators: Lead and facilitate
discussions in order help students improve their English speaking skills from 5:00pm-6:00pm or 6:00pm-7:00pm (approximately 1-2 hours per week.
- Volunteer College Road Mentors: Mentor exceptional GED and ESL students for 15 hours a semester (1 hour a week). Mentors serve as role models and provide guidance, encouraging students to overcome barriers to college admissions.
- For more information on volunteer with CI’s Youth Programs please contact: Juanita Erb, JEEP Coordinator, email@example.com.